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France calls for a negative COVID-19 test for those traveling in high-risk areas. See the list of countries!

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Starting with August 19, in order to enter France, it is mandatory to present the negative RT-PCR test Covid19, performed not earlier than 72 hours before the flight, except for children up to 11 years old. The measure applies to those traveling by air from third countries.

It should be noted that the entry into French territory of persons coming from countries outside the European area is allowed only in specific situations, provided for in the standard derogation document (Certificate of derogatory travel to metropolitan France from third countries and declaration on honor.

France requests negative test for COVID-19

If you are traveling to France from countries like Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, United States or Panama, the negative molecular test for COVID-19 infection must be presented on board.

If you are traveling to France from third countries like South Africa, Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Equatorial Guinea, India, Israel, Palestine, Kyrgyz Republic, Kosovo, KuwaitLebanon, Madagascar, Maldives, Mexico, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Oman, Peru, Qatar, Dominican Republic, Serbia or Turkey and you do not have a negative molecular test for COVID-19 infection, find out that you can test yourself at the destination airport in France.

However, in view of these provisions, it is strongly recommended that the elderly at least 11 years old and traveling from one of these countries to take the Covid-19 test before the trip, no later than 72 hours before the flight. Completion of epidemiological declarations remains in force: File 1 (ENG)File 1 (FRA)File 2.

People who travel by plane to France and arrive on AParis - Charles de Gaulle International Airport, he must keep his boarding pass in order to present it to the border police. In the case of Romanian passengers, they prove that they come from a country that is NOT on the red list of the French authorities. In the absence of presentation of the boarding pass, the passenger will be considered as coming from a red list country and subject to specific health regulations (derogation type document, supporting documents, etc.) in addition to the standard verification of entry, security and migration conditions.

It should be noted that France is one of the few European countries that have NOT imposed travel rules and restrictions for those traveling in Romania.

Travel responsibly and informed!

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